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Damin turned away, to give them at least the illusion of privacy. Jennifer Fallon TREASON KEEP (2001)These last remnants of nature formed divisions between the housing developments, giving their owners an illusion of being country dwellers. Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATION (2001)Sometimes an illusion becomes an essential part of life; I've told you about Lily loving Patrick. Gash, Jonathan THE TARTAN RINGERS (2001)

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Traduções de illusion

Inglês Britânico: illusion /ɪˈluːʒən/ NOUN
An illusion is something that appears to exist or to be a particular thing but in reality does not exist or is something else.
The bright paint gave the illusion of sunlight.
  • Inglês Americano: illusion
  • Árabe: وَهْمٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: ilusão
  • Chinês: 幻想
  • Croata: iluzija
  • Tcheco: iluze
  • Dinamarquês: illusion
  • Holandês: illusie
  • Espanhol Europeu: ilusión
  • Finlandês: illuusio
  • Francês: illusion
  • Alemão: Illusion
  • Grego: παραίσθηση
  • Italiano: illusione
  • Japonês: 錯覚
  • Coreano: 환각
  • Norueguês: illusjon
  • Polonês: iluzja
  • Português Europeu: ilusão
  • Romeno: iluzie
  • Russo: иллюзия
  • Espanhol: ilusión
  • Sueco: illusion
  • Tailandês: ภาพลวงตา
  • Turco: yanılsama
  • Ucraniano: ілюзія
  • Vietnamita: ảo tưởng


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